A Discovery as Revolutionary as Bankruptcy
I thought it would be a good idea to take a moment and thank all of those people who have had such encouraging things to say/write about my new book, Fingerprints. I’m flattered by some of the good press it’s received.
Particularly, I’m surprised because Fingerprints is such a strange story. It’s certain to alienate some readers. However, there are a number writers who really took the time to write thoughtful and insightful reviews.
So here are the reviews/press that I’ve been able to dig up. In no particular order:
mnarts.org (artist bio)
ampers.org (An audio interview)
The Onion AV Club
The AV Club wrote a review, but they didn’t like it very much. On the other hand, I hear they just fired a guy for writing a review of a comic book that he never actually read. So they ain’t perfect either. I’m going to assume it’s the same person who wrote the Fingerprints review. It’s my blog; I’ll believe what I want.
My favorite might be this one. It’s a review in another language, so Google had to translate it for me to read it. It wins simply because of how funny the translation makes the book sound.
There’s so many great things about this excerpt from the review:
“… his assistant is out on his own to offer the world a discovery as revolutionary as bankruptcy.”